The Blizzard Junior A are ready to unleash a six-pack of talent at #MJSJ24 Showcase
The MJ/SJ Showcase brings talent from both leagues together for 2 days of high powered, elite hockey. The goal is to promote the level of hockey coming from these teams and give scouts the best chance at viewing and recruiting talent. Select players from each team in the league are chosen by the perspective coaches and are given the chance to display their talent.
From January 29-31st, the Seven Oaks Arena in Winnipeg will be home to the electrifying energy of the Showcase and the Blizzard are well represented by five of their most promising prospects to melt the ice. Head Coach Eric Labrosse will also be onsite, displaying talent of his own while coaching the 18U White.
These chosen representatives are ready to take center stage:
● 20U Red: Tomas Anderson, Sebastian Hamming, Brett Ward
● 18U White: Quincy Supprien, Marlen Edwards
This elite showcase, with games taking place January 30-31 at the Seven Oaks Sportsplex in Winnipeg, MB, is an annual tradition between the leagues since 2018. Here, WHL, NCAA, U SPORTS and many other scouts are watching the aspiring athletes to rise above the rest, ready to be selected for the next level. The best of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League(MJHL) go up against the best of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League(SJHL) in a high-octane battle for bragging rights and, more importantly, the coveted attention of these professional scouts.
Here’s what to expect:
Three teams from each league: Each team will boast 20 registered players, totaling 60 players per league showcasing their skills on the ice. Double the 20U firepower: Two teams per league will be comprised of 20U talent, ensuring a fast-paced, skilled affair.The future is 18: One team per league will be made up of 18U phenoms, giving a glimpse into the young guns the league has to offer.
Good Luck to all chosen to participate! The Blizzard are well represented!